NAWCC Bulletin No. 367: April 2007

Bulletin of the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors, Inc.

Table of Contents

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133 – Early Black Forest Clockmaking and Marketing by David R. Bailey
145 – The Clocks of Central Europe—Part 2 by Philip Rasch
163 – Confabulations—A Humorous Look at Complications by Richard Watkins
173 – The O’Hara Story—Part 1: Watch Dials by Gerrit Nijssen
186 – The Saga of an Eli Terry Jr. 8-Day Wooden Movement by William L. Gable
193 – Shades of Orsamus Roman Flyer by Donn Haven Lathrop
197 – New Life for an Old Treasure by Norman Farmer and Sylvester Chambers
131 – The School of Horology by Diana De Lucca, editor
132 – Perspective by Roger Huegel, webmaster and IT manager
200 – Horologica
207 – Wristwatches—Buren: Wizards of Automatic Watches by Bruce Shawkey
211 – Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
215 – The Answer Box edited by Doug Cowan
218 – Obituaries
219 – Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
223 – The National Watch and Clock Museum by Judy Anttonen, volunteer
224 – In Memoriam—Ernest C. Martt
225 – 2006 Award Recipients
228 – 2006 NAWCC Star Fellow Biographies
229 – 2006 NAWCC Fellow Biographies
231 – In Memoriam—Evan A. Edwards
231 – NAWCC Partners with the Art Loss Register™
232 – Chapter Highlights
253 – Chapter Officers
256 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember

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